From Licensing and Comissions

Cristina Acosta’s art images and brand are available for licensing opportunities and commissioned art.

Bears in Love, ©Cristina Acosta, 36" x 36", mixed media on wood panel

Galleries Representing Artist Cristina Acosta

Thank you to the beautiful art galleries representing my original paintings. If you see an image on this website and you’d like to see it in person, and you live near any of the art galleries listed below, they can order it for you subject to availability, or commission a piece just for you.

If you do not live near a gallery, you and/or your interior designer or architect can order directly.

Size is no object for commission pieces. As a former billboard mural and lettering artist, back in the day when those billboard signs were hand painted,  I painted 12′ tall by 24′ long outdoor billboard paintings forty hours per week. I am very comfortable creating institutional and corporate large to mural-size painting and would love to work with you.

Galleries Representing Cristina Acosta

The Grand Teton Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming: http://grandtetongallery.myshopify.com/

Terzian Galleries, Park City, Utah: http://terziangalleries.com/

Alpine Home, Tahoe City, California http://alpinehomefurnishings.com/

Northwest by Northwest Gallery, Cannon Beach, Oregon: http://nwbynwgallery.com/

Spirit Gallery (and home furnishings), Truckee, California: http://www.spirittahoe.com/gallery/

Bellatora Jewelry & Art Gallery, Truckee, California: https://www.facebook.com/bellatoratruckee/

Galleries representing artist Cristina Acosta are independent and locally owned. 

Cristina Acosta Floral Logo Signature

License Cristina Acosta Style

Artist, Cristina Acosta is  mainstream with a Latino vibe, positioned perfectly for the diversity of the contemporary marketplace. Cristina’s images and reputation as an expert in the home decor market position her as the ideal licensee.

Her work first appeared on the national home decor scene in 1991 when she distributed her Cristina Acosta® Signature line of ceramic tile through the Kohler company Ann Sacks Tile & Stone stores. Since then, her artistry has been visible consistently on a national level. Her imagery is  mainstream with a Latino vibe, positioned perfectly for the diversity of the contemporary marketplace. The published author of books and articles, Cristina has built a foundation that positions her artistry for successful release into licensed products.

License Latina artist Cristina Acosta’s brand for your product line. Her offering includes: Home Decor textiles, tabletop and furnishings; Paper products and more.

Contact Cristina to discuss your proposal.

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Cristina Acosta Ceramic Art Tile ©
Hallmark magazine Wicanders ad featuring Cristina Acosta
Bedwetting and Accidents Aren't Your Fault, Why potty accidents happen and how to make them Stop, By Steven Rogers with Suzanne Schlosberg, illustrated by Cristina Acosta
When Woman Became the Sea Hispanic Childrens Book illustrated by Latina artist Cristina Acosta
Paint Happy by Cristina Acosta
Paint Decor - Cristina Acosta, Ceramic designs
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“. . her sense of style and color is rooted in whimsy.”  Decorate with Paint

Desert Series: Desert Tortoise with Prickly Pear triptych

Desert Series: Desert Tortoise triptych

Prickly and sharp plants and animals are the majority of the desert landscape. On foot or on horseback traveling through the desert landscape, I’ve come across so much beauty and strength. The Desert Tortoise personifies the strength and skills  needed to live long and prosper in such a world.

Title: Desert Series: Desert Tortoise
Medium: Mixed media Acrylic with resin on wood panel
Size: 24″ x  24″

Title: Desert Series: Prickly Pear Cactus with Fringe Toed Lizard in Rose
Medium: Mixed media Acrylic with resin on wood panel
Size: 12″ x  24″

Title: Desert Series: Prickly Pear Cactus with Fringe Toed Lizard in Blue
Medium: Mixed media Acrylic with resin on wood panel
Size: 12″ x  24″

Note: this series of paintings are designed to be shown singly or together in pairs, trios or more. Like tiles on a wall, they can mix together in many different groupings.

Call me to commission paintings of your favorite animals

WInter Jazz Festival ©Cristina Acosta

Commission Cristina for Event Posters

I love to paint images for special occasions. The commissions I’ve most received are for events such as weddings and anniversaries, or for civic events. Commissioned images in my Paint Happy style shown here are $2,400.00 unframed, 22″ x 30″ Acrylic & hard pastel on 100% Rag paper, sometimes including 22kt. gold leaf. I include in that price limited reprint rights for posters or invitations pertaining to the event. Contact me to commission your own painting. Here are a few examples:

Bend, Oregon Winterfest Event Poster: Commissioned by a civic group to promote a winter festival, Bend, Oregon

Bend, Oregon Earth Day Parade: Commissioned by a civic group for Earth Day posters, Bend, Oregon. The event included a parade with people dressed as animals, trees and fanciful creatures.

Dancing under the Harvest Moon: Commissioned for a wedding. The theme was the couple’s favorite song, Dancing under the Harvest Moon.

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Earth Day Parade: Commissioned by a civic group for Earth Day posters, Bend, Oregon. The event included a parade with people dressed as animals, trees and fanciful creatures.
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Dancing under the Harvest Moon: Commissioned for a wedding. The theme was the couple’s favorite song, Dancing under the Harvest Moon.